China and India on the road to war?

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posted on Oct, 2 2010 @ 02:57 AM
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It seems so...

Remember this thread...
China pouring thousands of troops in Kashmir

Why some fear China and India are on the road to war


When Manmohan Singh warned of China's "new assertiveness" last week, Asia watchers snapped to attention. The normally sage Indian prime minister accused Beijing of seeking to expand its reach in South Asia. With China muscling for resources and geopolitical clout, India, he warned, had better take heed. The timing of the rare public rebuke was especially provocative, as it came hot on the heels of a series of diplomatic flare-ups between the two giants. Temperatures on the continent are rising in step with the Asian rivals' growth.



China has, for more than a year, been angering India by refusing to issue normal visas to residents of Indian Kashmir. It is also stoking Indian fears of being encircled by a Chinese infrastructure build-up in northern Pakistan, and Indian Ocean port and rail developments in Myanmar, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Last month, India's excitable media seized on reports that China has stationed as many as 11,000 troops in northern Pakistan, feeding growing fears of the "Chinese dragon."


Not to mention China building a few dams draining water from rivers flowing into India when they promised they wouldn't do that... provoking much?

What will be interesting is Russia's move... since they are allied with both, supplies military weapons and energy to both... BRIC and SCO partnerships...

Isn't China pissing off a lot of people in the last few weeks? Japan, India, Philippines, Vietnam, USA...

Blowing some steam? People angry in the country because there's no jobs so trying to make the chinese people angry at foreigners so they don't revolt against the CCP?




posted on Oct, 2 2010 @ 05:44 AM
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It does seem to be heading that way. Much more likely than a war between China and anyone else that's for sure. The biggest worry is that both countries will within the next 10 years suffer from severe water shortages, compounding any territorial disputes in the Kashmir region.

As you mentioned China has been building damns in the disputed region choking up Indian rivers etc. However all these power plays by China in the Kashmir region could simply be down to attempt to gain a direct line to resources in the Middle East. I would be interested to see just how much financial cooperation there is between China and India, and if it is merely feather balanced.



posted on Oct, 2 2010 @ 05:51 AM
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Only retards would think India would go to war with China. Indian's own Prime Minster is a chinese by birth. Take away the turban and the glasses and pay attention to his speech pattern and you'll see.
Take timeout and read about this Prime Minster. Know what ? Howcome he never stood for elections ? This is a long story and drawn out by the crooked new world order crowd who've planned this since 1876 or earlier.

Give this image a closer look.






posted on Oct, 2 2010 @ 06:13 AM
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First, a prime minister can be kicked out of office.

Second, Manmohan Singh wasn't born in China.

He was born in Pakistan in 1932 from Sikh parents. He moved to India when India and Pakistan parted. He studied in the UK.

He's no chinese.

Or maybe you're saying he's crooked like the chinese leadership?

edit on 2-10-2010 by Vitchilo because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 2 2010 @ 09:26 AM
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Maybe you're talking about another person because Manmohan was born in Arunachal Pradesh, which is not anywhere close to Pakistan. Guess you won't know that A. Pradesh is close to China and not in China either. And pay attention to his voice and speech pattern like I said. You'll understand or maybe you're shortsighted.. like most Chinese. It's a genetic defect.



posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 10:01 PM
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This is a list of countries by estimated future nominal GDP based on data from the International Monetary Fund for the year 2010, with figures in billions of United States dollars.
The table is initially sorted according to the left-most ranking.

2010 rankings

1.European Union:16,106.896
2.United States:14,624.184
3.China:5,745.133
4.Japan:5,390.897
5.Germany:3,305.898
6.France:2,555.439
7.United Kingdom:2,258.565
8.Italy:2,036.687
9.Brazil:2,023.528
10.Canada:1,563.664
11.Russia:1,476.912
12.India:1,430.020

I dont see there is much comparison between China and India.China doesnt want to go to war with anybody.China's relentless focus is on the economy.





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